IBM, Fluor team with USC to create innovation center

IBM at USCA public-private partnership will center on analytics and higher education solutions, creating 100 jobs. Read More...

Brownstone leases office for Penny Tax program

Brownstone is part of a 13-firm team, including ICA Engineering and MB Kahn, which is co-locating at Fontaine V office building to manage and administer projects related to the penny tax program. Read More...

S.C. labor force hits record 2.2M in October

Nearly 10,000 more people entered the state’s workforce in October, pushing up slightly the jobless rate by 0.1 percentage point, the S.C. Department of Employment and Workforce said. However, there are some 65,000 jobs that remained to be filled. Read More...

Sierra Club filing hampers gold mine project

A request by the Sierra Club asking the S.C. Department of Health and Environmental Control board to review a crucial permit for the Haile Gold Mine could lead to delays and lengthy court fights. Meanwhile, Romarco Minerals said he can’t begin to hire to file hundreds of jobs at the Lancaster County site. Read More...

Zapp Precision Wire grows Summerville plant

A $30 million investment by the manufacturer of stainless steel, nickel alloys and titanium wire to expand the Dorchester County manufacturing facility is expected to add 20 jobs.  Read More...


Landmark Builders hires Bryson

Russell Bryson will be a construction superintendent in the Columbia office, supervising all field-level construction. Read More...

Clemson rethinking building design for Charleston architecture center

Clemson University withdrew its application to build the Spaulding Paolozzi Center on the corner of Meeting and George streets in downtown Charleston. (Rendering/Clemson University/Allied Works Architecture)Clemson University withdrew its application to the city of Charleston’s Board of Architectural Review for the design of an architecture and historic preservation center. Several community groups filed a lawsuit against the board and Clemson after the center received the first two of three needed approvals.  Read More...